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    Posted: 03 Jan 2014 at 1:57pm
You are not, I gave it my first listen earlier today, and I'm listening again now. 

EDIT: It's indeed quite fine. More straightforward than the first one. And not as good.

EDIT2: There are boobs on the cover, tho, which is an improvement over the first one.

EDIT3: Let's say it's a tie.


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Given that I'm apparently the only person on this website who has listened to Vaura's album, and it's great,





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Obviously I haven't listened to that much metal from this year, but here's my 2013 metal list (in progress):

1. Kayo Dot - Hubardo (10/10)

2. Gorguts - Colored Sands (9/10)

3. Haken - The Mountain (7/10)

4. Ayreon - The Theory of Everything (7/10)

5. Riverside - Shrine of the New Generation of Slaves (7/10)

6. Black Sabbath - 13 (6/10)

7. Dream Theater - Dream Theater (6/10)

8. Deafheaven - Sunbather (5/10)

9. Avenged Sevenfold - Hail to the King (2/10)




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Well, my list includes Suicidal Tendencies, Carcass, Satan, Sodom, Gama Bomb, Leprous, Warbringer, Hell, Voivod, Alice in Chains, Fates Warning, Violator and Trallery. Also some other stuff that I should best not mention like Volbeat, Steven Wilson, Soilwork, Polkadot Cadaver, Avatarium, Protest the Hero and Mattias IA Eklundh's Freak Guitar.

edit: well, I wrote this first at a pure thrash metal forum. Now, it may make more sense! ;)

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Last place in the list (#20) is Trallery. I'd like to say a few words. They got there after one listen, amidst the frenzy of compiling my year-of-the-list inside the deadline. My first impressions were, "wow, this is a mess, style-wise, vocal-wise, all over the place..." But with some damn FINE passages. Like, best of the year stuff. So, I just stuck them at the end. Now, today, after many repeats, that album (Catalepsy, 2013) is among my favorite of the year. Normally it should appeal to any metalhead who loves both thrash and power (ballsy, German speed/power or King Diamond power...) and can handle his Coroner. Look out for three things:

1. The vocals. Many styles. Some jump at you when you least expect it. At some styles he sounds magnificently awesome. At others he sounds like he is struggling, borderline awkward. At all times he has this marvellous, 80s sensibility of going for it, no matter what - a thoroughly convincing metal attitude. Absolutely Spanish accent, blended with mimicking early german thrashers, the result is a delight to my ears. Scored a lot of points for me with each listen.

2. The riffs. Shit, listen to the whole album because there is a wealth of amazing passages throughout the adventurous songwriting. The latter is the point of contention for me. I think they have elements of over-indulgence, unecessary bridges perhaps or whatever. But I really appreciate the freedom of going where the song takes them, it usually works out REALLY well. This is their debut. They are a trio from Spain that started out as a Metallica tribute band. This is a fucking awesome first effort.

3. Odd moments: These include a song which is a power metal "ballad" with hard rock roots - and the obligatory metal bridge; a Coroner tech-thrash fest which worships Grin, switches to Mental Vortex and somewhere in there throws a (very convincing) swedothrash/death passage; the two small instrumentals. Riff-fests, like small overtures of a bag of themes, enough material for three songs; the final epic closer. That epic closer. Reminded me of my first days of falling in love with metal, some VERY exciting stuff happening there. Along with the awkward ones. 

Very much recommended.


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I finally picked up the new Black Sabbath. It's pretty decent, Iommi's riffs are in fine form, and Ozzy's voice doesn't annoy me like it has on the past couple of Ozzy albums.

I have the DGM - Momentum album on the way too. Sounds very good in a Dream Theater/Symphony X kinda way from the couple of videos they have up on youtube.
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New Vaura album is out now, and on first listen it sounds great to me
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I've been digging the debut Neige Eternelle album a lot lately, really makes me want to familiarize myself with more Canadian Black Metal.
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Monolithe IV is streaming now, so I'm going to go immerse myself in that and let you know my thoughts.
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In no particular order:

Alice in Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
Summoning - Old Morning's Dawn
Darkthrone - The Underground Resistance
Deafheaven - Sunbather
Immolation - Kingdom of Conspiracy
Dream Theater - Dream Theater
James LaBrie - Impermanent Resonance
Haken - The Mountain
Black Sabbath - 13
Saxon - Sacrifice
Satan - Life Sentence
Altar of Plagues - Teethed Glory & Injury
Cult of Luna - Vertikal
Gorguts - Colored Sands
Carcass - Surgical Steel
Kalmah - Seventh Swamphony
Finntroll - Blodsvept
Amon Amarth - Deceiver of the Gods
Dark Tranquillity - Construct
Amaranthe - The Nexus
Stratovarius - Nemesis
Nails - Abandon All Life
Caladan Brood - Echoes of Battle
Peste Noire - s/t
Omnium Gatherum - Beyond
Soilwork - The Living Infinite
Fen - Dustwalker
Paysage d'Hiver - Das Tor
Intronaut - Habitual Levitations
Amorphis - Circle
The Ocean - Pelagial
Tesseract - Altered State
Pelican - Forever Becoming
Russian Circles - Memorial
Shade Empire - Omega Arcane
Scale the Summit - The Migration
Leprous - Coal
Orphaned Land - All is One
Sirenia - Perils of the Deep Blue
Blood Ceremony - The Eldritch Dark
Revocation - s/t
Havok - Unnatural Selection
Cloudkicker - Subsume
Alter Bridge - Fortress
In Solitude - Sister

Looking forward to:
Ihsahn - Das Seelenbrechen
Protest the Hero - Volition
Motorhead - Aftershock
Exivious - Liminal
Kataklysm - Waiting for the End to Come
Toxic Holocaust - Chemsitry of Consciousness
Falkenbach - Asa
Germ - Grief
Rhapsody of Fire - Dark Wings of Steel
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wow, no one mentioned the new Fates Warning album - Darkness in the Different Light which is the album of the year for me, such a solid release. 
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jesus man, I've heard like 10 2013 albums
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Today I hit the milestone number for 2013 reviews: 100 

Hopefully the following list is some help to those looking for a 2013 find (because I put a lot of work into it).
  1. Dark Design - Prey for the Future (100%), Progressive/Technical US Power-Thrash Metal
  2. Vandroya - One (99%), Progressive Power Metal
  3. Arven - Black is the Colour (99%), Melodic Heavy/Power Metal
  4. Wolfchant - Embraced by Fire (98%), Blackened Folksy Power Metal
  5. Illusion Suite - The Iron Cemetery (98%), Progressive Power Metal
  6. Fen - Dustwalker (98%), Atmospheric Black Metal
  7. In Vain - Ænigma (97%), Progressive Melodic Death Metal
  8. Mortillery - Origin of Extinction (96%), Thrash Metal
  9. Ashes of Ares - Ashes of Ares (96%), Heavy Metal
  10. Huntress - Starbound Beast (95%), Heavy Metal
  11. Trophallaxy - Resilience (95%), Progressive Power Metal
  12. Blood Ceremony - The Eldritch Dark (95%), Heavy Psych
  13. Sedulity - The Valley of Dying Stars (94%), Progressive Thrash Metal
  14. Judicator - Sleepy Plessow (94%), Power Metal
  15. Lascaille's Shroud - Interval 01: Parallel Infinites - The Inner Universe (94%), Progressive Death Metal
  16. Progenie Terrestre Pura - U.M.A. (94%), Atmospheric Black Metal
  17. Haken - The Mountain (93%), Progressive Metal/Progressive Rock
  18. Death Dealer - War Master (93%), US Power Metal
  19. Factory of Dreams - Some Kind of Poetic Destruction (93%), Progressive Metal
  20. Within Temptation - Paradise (What About Us?) (93%), Symphonic Metal
  21. Saille - Ritu (93%), Melodic/Symphonic Black Metal
  22. A Sound of Thunder - Time's Arrow (92%), Heavy Metal
  23. Sleeping Romance - Enlighten (92%), Symphonic Metal (with strong elements of Power Metal)
  24. Fleshgod Apocalypse - Labyrinth (92%), Symphonic Technical Death Metal
  25. Vicious Rumors - Electric Punishment (92%), US Power Metal
  26. Circle of Silence - The Rise of Resistance (91%), Power-Thrash Metal
  27. Fallujah - Nomadic (90%), Progressive/Technical Death Metal
  28. ReVamp - Wild Card (90%), Symphonic Progressive Metal
  29. Carpe Noctem - In Terra Profugus (90%), Black Metal
  30. Amon Amarth - Deceiver of the Gods (90%), Melodic Death Metal
  31. Okular - Sexforce (90%), Progressive Death Metal
  32. Void of Sleep - Tales Between Reality and Madness (90%), Sludge Metal
  33. Powerwolf - Preachers of the Night (89%), Power Metal
  34. Until Rain - Anthem to Creation (89%), Progressive Metal
  35. Hatchet - Dawn of the End (89%), Thrash Metal
  36. Project: Roenwolfe - Neverwhere Dreamscale (88%), Thrash Metal
  37. Tellus Requiem - Invictus (The 11th Hour) (88%), Progressive Metal
  38. Sinister Realm - World of Evil (88%), Heavy Metal
  39. Alice in Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here (88%), Alternative Metal
  40. Derdian - Limbo (88%), Power Metal
  41. Todtgelichter - Apnoe (87%), Blackened Progressive Metal
  42. Oceans of Slumber - Aetherial (87%), Extreme Progressive Metal
  43. Fejd - Nagelfar - (86%), Nordic Folk Music (Metal Related)
  44. Cult of Luna - Vertikal (86%), Atmospheric Sludge Metal
  45. Serenity - War of Ages (86%), Symphonic Power Metal
  46. Avantasia - The Mystery of Time (85%), Heavy Metal
  47. Krypts - Unending Degradation (85%), Doomy Death Metal
  48. Sulphur Aeon - Swallowed by the Ocean's Tide (85%), Death Metal
  49. Wound - Inhale the Void (85%), Death Metal
  50. MindMaze - Mask of Lies (84%), Heavy Metal
  51. Helloween - Straight Out of Hell (84%), Power Metal
  52. Artlantica - Across the Seven Seas (84%), Power Metal
  53. Argus - Beyond the Martyrs (84%), Heavy Metal (with strong elements of Doom Metal)
  54. Dream Theater - Dream Theater (84%), Progressive Metal
  55. Lonewolf - The Fourth and Final Horseman (84%), Heavy Metal (with strong elements of Power Metal)
  56. Edenbridge - The Bonding (84%), Symphonic Metal
  57. Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult - Necrovision (83%), Black Metal
  58. Gloryhammer - Tales From the Kingdom of Fife (83%), Power Metal
  59. Lancer - Lancer (83%), Heavy Power Metal
  60. James LaBrie - Impermanent Resonance (83%), Progressive Metal
  61. Divided Multitude - Feed on Your Misery (83%), Progressive Metal
  62. Sacred Steel - The Bloodshed Summoning (83%), Power Metal
  63. Christopher Lee - Charlemagne: The Omens of Death (82%), Heavy Power Metal
  64. Sandstone - Delta Viridian (82%), Progressive Metal
  65. The Prophecy - Salvation (82%), Progressive Doom Metal
  66. Nightfall - Cassiopeia (82%), Melodic Death Metal
  67. Nephren-Ka - The Fall of Omnius (81%), Technical Death Metal
  68. Memory Garden - Doomain (81%), Doom Metal
  69. Artaius - The Fifth Season (81%), Progressive Folk Metal
  70. Vreid - Welcome Farewell (81%), Melodic Black Metal
  71. Kingcrow - In Crescendo (81%), Progressive Metal/Progressive Rock
  72. Mad Architect - Journey to Madness (80%), Gothic Power Metal
  73. Sonic Reign - Monument in Black (80%), Black Metal
  74. Tony C. - The Existential Frame (80%), Instrumental Progressive Metal
  75. Cult of Luna - Vertikal II (80%), Atmospheric Sludge Metal
  76. A Pale Horse Named Death - Lay My Soul to Waste (79%), Alternative Metal
  77. Edge of Attack - Edge of Attack (79%), Heavy Power Metal
  78. Serocs - The Next... (78%), Brutal Technical Death Metal
  79. Damnations Day - Invisible, The Dead (77%), Power/Thrash Metal
  80. Freedoms Reign - Freedoms Reign (77%), Heavy Metal
  81. Corpus Mortale - FleshCraft (75%), Death Metal
  82. Amberian Dawn - Re-Evolution (74%), Symphonic Power Metal
  83. Ov Hollowness - The World Ends (74%), Atmospheric Black Metal
  84. Attacker - Giants of Canaan (74%), US Power Metal/Heavy Metal
  85. Heavatar - Opus I - All my Kingdoms (73%), Power Metal
  86. Æther Realm - One Chosen by the Gods (73%), Melodic Death Metal
  87. Aeon Zen - Enigma (72%), Progressive Metal
  88. Blood Tsunami - For Faen! (71%), Thrash Metal
  89. Signum Regis - Exodus (71%), Power Metal
  90. Minotaurus - The Call (71%), Folk Metal
  91. My Soliloquy - The Interpreter (71%), Progressive Metal
  92. Sidious - Ascension of the Throne Ov Self (70%), Symphonic Blackened Death Metal
  93. Deceptor - Chains of Delusion (70%), Thrash Metal
  94. A Hero for the World - A Hero for the World (67%), Power Metal
  95. Summoning - Old Mornings Dawn (64%), Atmospheric Black Metal
  96. ReinXeed - A New World (63%), Symphonic Power Metal
  97. Deadlock - The Arsonist (59%), Metalcore
  98. Lecherous Nocturne - Behold Almighty Doctrine (58%), Technical Death Metal
  99. Manii - Kollaps (53%), Depressive Black Metal
  100. Humiliation - Turbulence from the Deep (53%), Death Metal
  101. Beyond the Shore - Ghostwatcher (40%), Metalcore
  102. Lucid Dreaming - The Chronicles Pt. I (32%), Heavy Power Metal
  103. Yayla - Nihaihayat (15%), Atmospheric Black Metal


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I've gotta check out that Gorguts album still
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I havent been too enthalled by what Ive heard so far in 2013, but the last couple of releases that Ive listened to have changed my somewhat lurk warm feelings about 2013.
 
New Satyricon is a great album
New Carcass is a great album
New Gorguts is a masterpiece to my ears.
 
All three are almost sure to end up in my top 10 for 2013.
 
I hope the new Fates Warning will knock my socks off too.
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Originally posted by Triceratopsoil Triceratopsoil wrote:

Let's just say, there is a reason a healthy chunk of long time Kayo Dot fans are calling it their favourite release yet.  I'm still not sold on it being better than Choirs, but it's probably solidly tied for 2nd with Coyote.  I will have to give it more time.

Marco ("Polo" over on progarchives) is of the opinion that Hubardo puts bands like Deathspell Omega to shame when it comes to extreme metal


MY name is Marco and I SAY lets KILL "that" Marco!!! HAHAHAHAHA HAAAAAAA!
(I dont have any idea who those bands are that are mentioned 'cept Kayo Dot, must investigate . . . THEN kill the psuedo marco).


Ouch


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I've been listening to a few 2013 metal albums this year.
Wrekmeister Harmonies - You've Always Meant So Much To Me
Yodok - Yodok #2 (arguably drone doom done with Tubas)
Lesbian - Forestelevision
Sabazius - The Descent of Man (not that often though...)
Onde Sphrique - Curriculum Mortis

The best thing I've heard this year isn't even metal in the slightest though, it's Dennis Johnson's November, a five hour minimalist piano composition from 1962 in a similar vein to La Monte Young's The Well Tuned Piano. Wonderful stuff.
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What you all should be listening to:

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The new miRthkon album is amazing
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List as of 05.10.2013:

1. Kayo Dot - Hubardo
Guys, seriously, even if you didn't like any previous album from Kayo Dot or motW, CHECK THIS OUT, it's very different! A gigantic concept album that bends the rules of space-time continuum (It feels like a 30 minutes of a breakneck ride through a surreal dream, while in fact it's a 99 minute long album).

2. Kvelertak - Meir
Eclectic, passionate and kicks ass.

3. Cult of Luna - Vertikal
Sludge/post-metal with great concept as the main inspiration both lyrics and music-wise.

4. Riverside - Shrine of New Generation Slaves
Great and accessible modern prog, as emotional as ever.

5. Fen - Dustwalker

Very good stuff, and going without keyboards was an admirable move.

Other albums:
Grayceon - Pearl & The End of Days
Ov Hollowness - The World Ends
Intronaut   Habitual Levitations
Immolation - Kingdom Of Conspiracy
Suffocation - Pinnacle Of Bedlam
Kylesa - Ultraviolet
Meshuggah - Pitch Black
Cloudkicker - Subsume

Waiting for:
Oranssi Pazuzu - Valonielu
Vaura - The Missing


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Dunno who that Marco (or these "prog archives") is, but there are some other artists that put Deathspell Omegas to shame in that field, Kayo Dot being one of them. Anyway, Choirs is a great album, I love it, but Hubardo is the only magic lantern that lets me see beyond the horizon... [/awkward&lofty] yep, I recommend it.
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